Both Teams to Score Tips: 4th & 5th January 2020

Match Both Teams to Score Yes/No Odds
Rochdale vs Newcastle United Yes 4/5
Bournemouth vs Luton Town Yes 10/11
Leicester City vs Wigan Athletic No 4/5
Middlesbrough vs Tottenham Yes 3/4
Liverpool vs Everton Yes 1/2
All Five Results as an Accumulator 15.23/1
  • Rochdale vs Newcastle United: Yes – The extraordinary injury list at Newcastle makes them vulnerable at Rochdale – certainly to conceding a goal or two. Defenders Lascelles, Dummett, Clark, Manquillo, Willems, Schar and Yedlin could all be absent for the Magpies, and against a Rochdale side frothing at the mouth for a go at Premier League opposition it could be a very interesting afternoon indeed for the visitors.
  • Bournemouth vs Luton Town: Yes – Make no mistake, Bournemouth are in big trouble in the Premier League, and if Eddie Howe does not bring in reinforcements in the January transfer window their top-flight sojourn could come to an end. Luton, rock bottom in the Championship, are still good value for a goal (32 in 26) and they will give it a good go on the south coast.
  • Leicester City vs Wigan Athletic: No – One of the best defences in the Premier League meets one of the shyest attacks in the Championship, and so we’re not expecting Wigan to pose the Foxes much of a problem even if Brendan Rodgers decides to make changes. The Latics have won just one game on the road all season, averaging less than a goal per 90 minutes.
  • Middlesbrough vs Tottenham: Yes – The honeymoon period is well and truly over for Jose Mourinho at Tottenham, and in their last four games – two of which have ended in defeat – they have looked truly vulnerable. The absence of Lloris, Rose, Davies, Ndombele and Dier continues to hamper them defensively. Middlesbrough, meanwhile, are not world beaters by any means, but four straight Championship victories at least gives them cause for confidence.
  • Liverpool vs Everton: Yes – With Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Fabinho still out, Jurgen Klopp is down to the bare bones defensively at Liverpool and you wonder if he will rest the likes of Virgil van Dijk here – he’s not a manager who takes the domestic cups all that seriously. Everton have tangibly improved under Carlo Ancelotti, and he will expect another big performance from his players here.